Perceptions of Christianity from people of different faiths - to see ourselves as others see us - by Richard Tetlow PCN Britain trustee
“Enthralling… enriching at a very deep level… a contemporary approach” - Brian Pearce, OBE, Director, Inter Faith Network UK 1987-2007 “An excellent guide to interfaith”.The Revd Dr Marcus Braybrooke, Joint-President of the World Congress of Faiths
TO SEE OURSELVES AS OTHERS SEE US - 332 pages. Published 01/11/18 RRP £15.95. Available direct from the author for £14.33 inc p&p
Richard Tetlow is a PCN Britain trustee and convenes two Birmingham interfaith groups. Previously, inner London social case and community worker, university lecturer and Birmingham Ladywood inner-city vicar, 1989-2008.
Five people, each of a different faith, share their perceptions of Christianity. Five Christians respond. The author reflects. An opportunity to read how across faith divides people listen to each other and an invitation to enjoy meeting new people and share mutual respect in troubled times.
An old principle, for modern times. The label not priority, but love between and among us, whatever our faith.
A hopeful and honest book. Positive, progressive and personal.